CASH PER SHARE
Firm’s total cash divided by its outstanding shares. It refers to the percentage of a company’s share price which is immediately accessible for spending on business activities including mergers and acquisitions, research and development, purchasing assets, repaying debts, buying back shares, and paying dividends to shareholders. It is comprised of cash and short-term investments. It is money a company has on hand, not from borrowing or funding activities.
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